Five Michael Jackson fans have been awarded symbolic damages of one euro each by a French court for the “emotional damage” they suffered after the pop star’s death. The case, held in the french city of Orleans, saw 34 fans sue Jackson’s doctor Conrad Murray, who was convicted in 2011 for the involuntary manslaughter of
An LA court has ruled in favour of concert promotions powerhouse AEG Live LLC following a legal battle championed by the family of deceased pop icon Michael Jackson, who claim AEG were responsible for Jackson’s death in 2009. The company was the driving force behind a scheduled run of live dates throughout UK, the anticipation
Michael Jackson‘s drug addiction was put on full public display during the opening day of his mother’s wrongful death case against concert promoter AEG Live. Details of the King Of Pop’s addiction to the powerful anaesthetic propofol were revealed in his family’s lawyers opening address to the court. Katherine Jackson is suing AEG, claiming it
Michael Jackson’s doctor, Conrad Murray has been handed the maximum sentence of four years in jail for the involuntary manslaughter of the King of pop. Judge Michael Pastor stated that Murray had shown no remorse for his actions and deserved the maximum penalty.